Tag Archives: The 1930s

Constitution Daily: Staff- Happy Days Are Here Again: The 21st Amendment Repeals Prohibition

Source: This piece was originally posted at The New Democrat: Constitution Daily: Staff- Happy Days Are Here Again: The 21st Amendment Repeals Prohibition If you think the so-called War on Drugs in America goes back to 1971 which is way … Continue reading

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UCTV: Harry Kreisler Interviewing David Kennedy- FDR and The New Deal

Source: UCTV: Conversations With History- David Kennedy on Lessons From FDR’s New Deal As a Liberal myself I don’t like hearing Franklin Roosevelt being viewed as a Liberal. Especially when it comes to civil liberties, equal rights the United States Constitution … Continue reading

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The Book Archive: ‘We Work Again 1930s’- The Legacy of The New Deal

Source: This piece was originally posted at FRS FreeState The New Deal, a monster that Libertarians and Conservatives would probably describe the New Deal as something they would like to tear down and perhaps start over with more of a … Continue reading

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James Miller Center: FDR Fireside Chat 7- On the Social Security Act: The History of Social Security

Source:FRS FreeState “Edited version of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s seventh fireside chat, delivered April 28, 1935. For full audio and transcripts of presidential speeches, please visit http://millercenter.org/scripps/archi…” Source:James Miller Center: FDR Fireside Chat 7- On The Social Security Act When … Continue reading

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